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tv   Taking Stock With Pimm Fox  Bloomberg  February 6, 2014 9:00pm-10:01pm EST

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xed earnin xed eartisingxed eartisingxe sales continue to fall. to c broke off from 20roke o 20ntury fox in june, focfoing on foing publishing. >> today, a 12 membeodjury found fund manager, mark - mmatthewtthew mark, hilty of --rk, hiew ewewmartoma guilty of insiderof ins joining owsheila. she was at the courthouse when the verd came g us by teph g alanshow the latest latest lat called " ng a stand." s sheila, if you could go through the deils in this particular case a he ctext it he c ng matthew om mattltom matt matttt >> it lly came down toy n their allegation that he had over a year-and-a-half
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courtedourted 2 ors 2 volved in a trial of a a eimel o's drug that w that w two nies.nies. is is tishas tisha potentha ha the market was very interestedy in fng out inther ingwass going to s ceed.ed.ed.ed. go ccusgo martomatoma of gng details ongdrug trial results before anyone elsere anyonse anyonsenyon lucrati trade on behalf of his hedgeof his sac capital. >> the governm >> ts governmnm caagai t otcaager saccacacapica haven't ca ha't 't a bit ébit ébivu ébivéthey hged a handful ofa of sac ofof one wa one wabe one wabe one wabe one wabe g. he i l working at sac. he is a portfo o mas a poo ma has been on lea has been
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has has lear what his lear w theris. his case was a little different.e e he was accused of trading dellin and and a ofand a and a and a rrupt hedg tupt rs thatt rs tre passing along i paser ination.atatat >> the status of his case is that he was already hied andready h h convicteand has yeicteand has ictes te seenced. >> he has yet to be sentenced.e e he has said that he's going to appeal s is atthew martomama mantly. ntlyly we will wewe i nt to bring innt tssornt tssor if you can speak to the steinberg co iction, erg co ic seicenced an nosecoenced d no enced today, matthew martoma matthew m what hewpens t whese whesindividu whes wh >> wdon' >> wbut the>> w>> w>> w>> w>> w>> wrnme>> wry to get>> wo get cooperation from these witnesse he lesger e t th there is nore is ntenci
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martomthis evemart and hisrt and his faly, what advice would youdvic ofem?ofem?of>> g>> gate la>> gat maure read all of th read a instructions. i know there were questions about some of e int ructions s case, what materiaseat materat m anat m happens if yo happens if yo appens if yopens if yoyoyo mbination ofmbinioofio om legit om legeg search search er information you get inside.get he wilt win this appealthis appeal ppeald on chaeal ton c ton c ton ccredibility of the witneity of the u might also challenge the relatiip betwelatietwe ment whatds o whussions ar whussions between the lawyer and the lawyer for the witwyer for i know that the jukne gave somee gave some gaof tinformation. i would say, don't loy, don' don' d th may be yourth mchance turth mchanurthth make a deal. ma some are s i will not ma i will not ma i wil a de i wil a de i wil 'deil deil deil use i use i no no information. d say, i will t say, ay, i may, i may i m m m m the t new the
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t dw the dw dw w with the client, outsihe chehepresence of his presly, because will not teouill not te trut fro f his mily. f himilyhi he might tell you thight tell ight tel ight ts family being >> sheila, the gov snment record so far a far far far f f investigating sac capitalg sac individu other insideridererer tradg cases, it's a prs, it's a prs, 's a p's go got? go go >> they send out a statement s this aft saying that he isg that h the 79th convi the 79thguiltythguiltythgugu plea, that they have gotten in this c this c this c is cing. g. very conceedvery concevery concevery cvepres this prest records t s t s s th the , and they were feeling very confident about this cas going thto it.go it.go there were s on that side hat si that expecting a ve expecting a pectct vely, and it tly, little littlitt >> 15 hours, somethi5 hoikeomethihoho that t started twt stgoted twt gote te u te chunks. tenks. tenks. it reallnks.noit rat long.noit rere were sere weer
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billion, but it billion, bllestllion, ll the three, even afterer twitter'twback ' twitter is arountw$27 billion i $58 billion. n. >> and youhink w and you you you acion acght thist justifies the $25 billies the 5 billiee 5 lliee 5 lliee lliee lliee llielliellielliellielliellie >> i i it gets back ite economck ite ec ite ecgraph that it could ultimatelycoultimalyco lybe morviable tbe morvihe al g . who you work with and how youith how yoh how can go aboutw can go aboutcan go aboutcan career -caerca ecause people ecause peoplause p en p u for things. thattays with you fotays with fotays with career with ca linkedin linfessional linnal linnal linnal there are others -ere -er but f he moment f oment f oment ent nkedin.nknk >> those re becom thosee e of ocial mediaial medi space.di >> thank you for joining cong how to build yourild
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>> imagine taking responbili orsponting amateurs up the faceeurs up t everest. this company cut -- does just that. that. serat.mall serat told sere was able t se ttruse fety of e ntsf e e bere he made his business
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>> it is a small mountaineerinll maine company and we focus onn br e all the way from very little mountary climbingg background all the way up to the summit of kilimanjmmitor mountnjmmitor mou ever mt. thiwo thiwo thiwo hang a portunng a goportunng a gopo oponaturepomounna are inunre in control is powerful. powerful.owerower i st out i stw ditions myself aditiontill read e expeditio e expeditioon, hard, o ha ss the ha t was lear to let gond allow other guides tode run trips. there is risk involved in isk we are doing and p are doing anng an ng anould happeouldld in 2011, we re a 2empting re a 2empting a 2 go to th 2 o to unt o to un
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haveurned training and equipment to hypoxico.eno.en clients include professioncludprofes athletes, mountain climb, mountain ix, tham ix ix that killed osamthat killed in pa. this w nating story toting tong look a se you don'ton'ton''ssarily just train athletes. pe edpeoedpeoedoed with very extremeith very e circh stance cianceanceanan >> that is absolutely right.bsol the company was founcompany camecompancompancompanmpanmpan mpan mpan mpan to ght to altitudghltitudghltitudghltitudghitudgh and e le td e am lee e ans to prepareple for high altitudes high aeing athigh aeing sea level. sea level. vel.veve o you want to preparentent
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ts w e al clo s.e al clo c and gap earnings are op earnh a surprise in january with the nth ri erceri er rnings beat analrnt estimates.tes. >> the apollo theater in haro theater new york is celebrating its celebritititrthdayit thleitary peter has hosted such megas s ray charles and james brown.d jas browd jabrowbrowbrow ining me hining le.ining le the theate self is owne by new york state, the people ofle oflef new york state, but it is naged and organized and keptga alive by a foundation.s uts ut
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is a not-for-profit and and has be and 99s bend 99bebe be people don'bet know thatt know tha t be tha is 80 yeahald is 80 is 80 ie bran so recognaned so recoaned s s s around the year -- around the d, actually. actua thapol theater fouol tnater and the founand charged withged with thd wisp thd ith thd ith preserving the theater and running the theater.theaea it has bee it19as bee but i think eethin in jthe in0 years th inyeye e really focus orealeus no program, ougram will, put in plly initiatives thinitiatiallyithat ittinues to be the iconic cultural institution that it ha en for allha its ell us a lell about so e programs. e progprog we wil t to some of the history in a moment. a mom but of
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but hat th but hat tht hat tht foundation is inundatie rele n today's worltorlrl ie the rd ie t. ie t.e ha realed on what you want to be in the 20, how we want to position ourselves for the next f sedecades.decade there are things we are doing to ensure that we ensunue to be ato be a pl nurtuplem nurtu n n n n s, becau s, what s, s,been hiss,bebebebebe for example, have something hinglled the apollo lled the é. é it supports emerging artists who are in the indepare in tusic movement there on our tage. ey wk ll tey wk llk ll llfferent musi genrerent mu e lon ter thatlon atlon encourages a artists to pushists t t t thr creative bour ies andies anesent workesendiffertesff th they are trying to ry do, different prdo, ts and fromts and f the publ iences. we think tha weavhink tha
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a g ring place for theng place for t harlem tommu ty and beyond.nd whate have what we lookat we look foard is to foard thingard thingard callard uptowcallard us,ard which focuses whicical subjts, subjsubjts, suof interest to pretty muchuchheryone, t certainly, they, the harlem community residents and we collaborate we collaboe, weboe, just did somet just dh wnyc just for martin uther king'sr king r nghday r r r we did s hing a dund the last dunst where we had a wnele haha discussion and talked about thed abou issues that were at stake, and we parered with bt, with theirbt, e e e if depends on itt in gs like i'gsre ly proud of >> i want you to focus on you toyou of having siciof having siciof having si eng si , enormance nce artists that may not bethat may not bot ot yet. it is a challenge for them. we know that the internet at the and that you can transfe you canrans all over the orld.
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having , performing inng i front of a live audience canive very difficult for an act thatthat does not hav does nappeal. do you find thatdoou are, in a, in, in sense, fertile ground forund nd-coming musical nment?nment? absely. you look at t you look atou look legacy, started with amateur night, w nighac w the t t the doors t the 1934. the 193 amatnight still runs at 7:30 p.m. every wednesdm. every wednem. eve it is an oppor it i for amateururur artists to get up on that stage and show us what they's what. and the apollo audience, whichchch y the way, a very the way, audience, let you know if you've if yove ive i i got it or you don't. when you thiwhen you tf reers that were laers that werat wer at the apollo, the ehe apollo, the fitzgerald, the james brownsjames s g dance, iy muchy muchy id anything in tid athinthin 30's, 40's, 50's, 40'through thetheththth
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60th they theywhen the theyen the th th th first appeared on the stage. they were emerging artistsemer i ind people that isd t t at we are t today.t today. we are trying to provide an oppoity for thposts thatthpothatthpou just described. pre-k's do you find that it is almost a abilitst-- >> doabil> il> > you fiyos alyos als al rare a ty ecause so much ofo entertai s mortd on moon so that it is much more d mo expensive? e you've got to keep the lights on. it'more eit've unless you unl u havenl u haveveve ven i get ckven e idt n e t e t eing -for-profit. i have 1500 seati had i rely onhad i n th thdu it -- individuals, corpodividuals, c and foundation d fod fo i'm constantly fund-raising forund-rais these initiatives that i'm talking about. i'm able to i' them beleuse ive rve r i'm i'hat way. >> is thersomethins partularularul
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that y would like toocus on, some particula someect echo - project? t? lex we hav lex ouncav ur leav urav tury apollo tugn a whh is focused on -- we haus raised 10 raisedhe $20raisedhe are trying are. are. foex foex fo fo are ineb y, actually. are go be doing apollolo club harlem, which is something we lau st febru st fst f like in the like em em em butem butem b as seen through a coeen thraryn n n lens. lens. le.. it pays homage to our jazzjazz legacy.s xamps xamps jt d ing called "james brown, get ones b good foot" which was a ce" whation ofioof
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the theography of james brown.ja it i touring i u.s. and will be tourand will be touran be tour be tour be internationally begirnationextrnationextrnbruary.rnry. those kind of ing, large-scale programming.progra >> do you ra >> dorite artist? >> i don't. i really appreciate all of them.l thei thinl at ihewhatinakesat iatinakes job soatiniting, tb so able to tb so able b so able b b in the tater, because thatcause is where the administrative offiare and hear musicwafting rough. i got a chance to hear rayance to heance t chars. i've got i'chance to hearcho hear james br jame 've gotten the chance to hearce to hearce to am od am od by od odn arti s.ti s.ti ve it all, i rve it .nk youy much, jone pre, head of the apollo cong during his ys durins ys durs ys the s wo bille s ri billri bill bill bi was known s ability s teach and pass tteach wledge tteach wledge tte onto younger players. now we will find out h will t h nd ip applies toip appli to lis business.
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>> thank you y much fory much spending time with us, billwith us, bwright, nbwright, the airman of cartwrairman of s.s. up, inves are are a ping u works by g artists and flipping ts m for lots of money.find out why some are co whyingco wco wcoco it initial public ofring marke of
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hat te, frha $7,00up to400,000 dollars 40 8 to 12llar 8 t month? >> a ltl tha ltlyears.ha ltlyears. >> is this a >> is this>> is th >> that is a >> thation. the last time this was hapimnith hapim was in 2007 and that was rightthat was r befothathe bubblbefothathe bhe bhehe for me, was an indication of somet to watch carefullyrefurefurerere re see what re see what re seere see the pr now they are turnongthre op up ons. are lectors? e peopt aree paying $40 par something that w that that th >> i somebody who hopes ebisis will be the next best gath-- basqui so they buy them anththey tanththeythey want to ld want to ld want to ld want to ld want rs flip, andrs flip, others buy and buy they a collectorey a collectorey col artists -- other artist,sometimes trader dealerss trader der d
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they some knowledge hameme something big is going to happen in ts pe in ts career. in ts reer. in t. in t. t. . what is going to happen gith luan smith? luan?? did not kab didhim aidhiid year ago and t yearople startedle start le startabout him.ta ed rectlth f rectlth f rec rec art school and his paihoolg sold in november -- from ovt ber -- and his painti in a membern a mea me soor almost $400,000.ost $400,0$4 and another and another her lascape of winnie the poof win witht the charwiterst the tet the >> how about eddie peake?>> he is a b>> artist. b>> b b bn paintings it is mostly right now mstlyhtht artists under 35 witsts undengs.s undeundeun >> tnk you v>> t. you ar the fuly athe ful he blooerg.hem.bloo
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